Friday, February 5, 2010

Kuih Bangkit ( Tapioca Flour Cookies ) - CNY



Kuih Bangkit ( Tapioca Flour Cookies) is a must have item for the Chinese New Year festive becoz Daddy loves them. Especially those crispy yet melts- in- the mouth type. I would normally order them from my friend but this year I decided to try making them myself. I have checked out a few recipes and compared them and finally I settled for the one shared by No-Frills Recipe. And after preparing the flour a week ago, I finally managed to find the time to bake them yesterday.  It turned out great...really melts-in- the mouth type. I could not get the wooden mould in time so I just use a cookie cutter instead. Simple in design but taste good as the saying goes " Never judge a book by its cover "  :p  A big  ' thank you ' to Cheah of No-Frills Recipe for sharing this recipe.






fun cutting out the dough for baking


crispy and yet melts-in-mouth..yumm



Daddy likes it more burnt :)



I can't stop eating them ...they are addictive


Hop over to No Frills Recipe for the recipe 



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11 comments:

  1. Thanks for the link! I've been so curious about making these cookies. 8-)

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  2. Just what I would love to have for Chinese New Year. Yours look delicious!

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  3. Hey Elin! I want some...I did not make kuih bangkit this year...please pass some to me. hehee...

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  4. I can tell they are very addictive too!

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  5. hat looks really good!! ill try ill try!!!

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  6. Glad you like it, Elin! You make them thick, so got more to bite, good thinking!

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  7. I'll make these for this CNY! And I mean it! Argh ... I feel a bit too slow now ... Hahahaha ...! Yours look so good though thicker than usual ones. =)

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  8. Hi Tangled Noodle...you are welcome :)

    Hi Mary... thanks :) dun judge the appearance Lol! it really melts in the mouth.

    Hi Anncoo...if you stay in Ipoh I willgive you a tin :p

    Hi Kenny... yup very very addictive :))

    Hi Zurin... you must try it for your next raya :)

    Hi Cheah...thanks for sharing the recipe...no regrets trying it out...yummy :)

    Hi Pei Lin...haha yup slightly thick hor but it is yummy I get the oomph when it is thick lol!

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  9. I love eating these but they are a pain to make.

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  10. Hi pigpigscorner...yup the frying the flour part...imagine standing there frying for an hour...:)

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  11. Very tasty recipe. Thanks for sharing!

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